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Old 08-27-2016, 09:44 AM   #1
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Drawer Removal

On my Forester I need to remove at least one of the drawers to get access to the black water flush where it connects to the outside wall to fasten the hose that fell off last week. I am sure there is a release someplace to pull the drawer off the track but I can't figure it out. It looks like the black button has something to do with it but I have tried pushing and pulling with no success.

Sorry for the wrong orientation of the picture but I guess you get the idea.

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Old 08-27-2016, 10:03 AM   #2
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I think there is a black clip in the track to release drawer.
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The slides in the photo look like the ones on our Sunseeker. I may not be able to clearly describe the method, but I'll try.

The drawer stop is on the drawer part of the slide. The release is the tapered pin that sticks out from under the sliding part, towards the cabinet. Push the pin on one side of the drawer up and the pin on the other side down, holding them as you pull the drawer out.

The slides are the same so they are in effect opposite hand. It helps to push the drawer in slightly off the stop. I never remember which way the pins have to be moved. If you look closely you may figure out which way. If not, try to push one pin both up and down until you get it to release. Then push the one on the other side the opposite way.
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The release is the tapered pin that sticks out from under the sliding part, towards the cabinet. Push the pin on one side of the drawer up and the one on the other side down, holding them as you pull the drawer out.
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Old 08-27-2016, 02:46 PM   #5
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Thanks for the quick replies. I can always count on this forum when I am in a pince. Hard for my old eyes to see it but the left one goes up and the right one down.

Now all I have to do is find a replacement fitting that will screw on to the male threads for the black flush where it mounts to the outside wall. I thought the hose had just come off but the nipple that goes into the hose was busted completely. I can't believe it just broke with only 40 psi on the hose. Hopefully Lowes or my local plumbing supply or Ace Hardware will have something or I will need to research the net for it unless my dealer has one.
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In your photo, see the long point black plastic lever? On one side, push it down. On the other side pull it up. Pull the drawer off. If it didn't release, reverse the ups and downs.
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